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Bethany Slavic Church in Ephrata is hosting a “Helping Hands Bazaar 2.0” fundraiser on Saturday afternoon, June 11, to benefit the Ukrainian Fund for War Refugees.

The event, which features Ukrainian food, face painting and the chance to learn about Slavic culture, will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. in the church parking lot at 864 Dawn Ave., Ephrata.

After a successful fundraising event on March 26 drew hundreds of people to the church to raise money for refugees fleeing war violence in Ukraine, the church decided to hold another fundraiser. funds this weekend.

This time, its members sell fresh and frozen Ukrainian pierogi and pelmeni (two kinds of dumplings) as well as Slavic bakery treats.

Money raised at the event will support refugees fleeing the violence of war in Ukraine.

The event is free. For more information, to register for the event or to order fresh or frozen pierogi or pelmeni, or pastries – with packages or boxes ranging from $10 to $20 – visit lanc.news/BethanyFundraiser2.

For more information on the Ukrainian Fund for War Refugees, visit lanc.news/UkraineRefugeeAid.

The event, which features Ukrainian food, face painting and the chance to learn about Slavic culture, will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. in the church parking lot at 864 Dawn Ave., Ephrata.

After a successful fundraising event on March 26 drew hundreds of people to the church to raise money for refugees fleeing war violence in Ukraine, the church decided to hold another fundraiser. funds this weekend.

This time, its members sell fresh and frozen Ukrainian pierogi and pelmeni (two kinds of dumplings) as well as Slavic bakery treats.

Money raised at the event will support refugees fleeing the violence of war in Ukraine.

The event is free. For more information, to register for the event or to order fresh or frozen pierogi or pelmeni, or pastries – with packages or boxes ranging from $10 to $20 – visit lanc.news/BethanyFundraiser2.

For more information on the Ukrainian Fund for War Refugees, visit lanc.news/UkraineRefugeeAid.